Features

Find an Article

Filter articles

Applied Filters

  • <<
  • 1
  • >>

Showing 1 to 4 of 4 results

Underwriters look to AI as business and career coach

Global21-05-2020Broking, Life Insurance, Life Reinsurance, Non-life Insurance, Non-life Reinsurance

AI offers the opportunity to boost the skills and value of underwriters as it ‘rides sidecar’ to people, providing on the job learning, says Richard Hartley, CEO of insurtech Cytora. 

Intelligent automation enhances underwriter ability to ‘out compete’ rivals

Global19-05-2020Commercial Insurance, General Insurance, Life Insurance, Life Reinsurance, Non-life Insurance, Non-life Reinsurance, Property and Casualty (P&C)

AI has come of age as the technology ensures a more accurate view of risk and can help insurers win more valuable business, says Richard Hartley, CEO of insurtech Cytora.

Goodbye to a challenging 2016

Europe, Global, North America, UK21-12-2016Capital Management, Catastrophe

2016 has again been a benign year in terms of large catastrophe losses, but geopolitical developments have added new challenges to the sector. Intelligent Insurer asked executives from re/insurance firms including Swiss Re, Argo, AM Best and Willis Re for their opinions on the most important developments in the re/insurance industry in 2016.

What re/insurance executives expect for 2017

Europe, Global, North America, UK21-12-2016Capital Management

Some of the pressures the re/insurance sector faced in 2016—low interest rates, uncertainties around Brexit and a soft market—are likely to persist in 2017. But some additional drivers are set to affect the performance of the sector, as described by executives from major players such as Markel, Swiss Re and Willis Re.

  • <<
  • 1
  • >>

Showing 1 to 4 of 4 results

Intelligent Insurer